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MLS Alphabet Week 3

MLS Alphabet Week 3

Coach Jurgen Klinsmann getting vocal about DISCO calls, Michael Bradley tackles a referee. Which MLS team is attacking in with the new “Costco” style? Is Julian Green our next Landon? What happened to Montreal and why is there no “Impact”? Negative Impact? Why Toluca taped SJ Quakes practice and the heartbreaker of the year - all and more in the MLS Alphabet Week 3. Read More »

SOCCER TV GUIDE March 11 to March 14

SOCCER TV GUIDE March 11 to March 14

Bayern Munich vs Arsenal and Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan on Tuesday, and FC Barcelona vs Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 are obvious highlights of this week, but there is plenty of action coming in other international club competitions. U.S. based fans will have three The Concacaf Champions League matches, with MLS clubs against Mexican rivals, starting on Tuesday evening in San Jose, California, where the Earthquakes facing Toluca clash. On Wednesday LA Galaxy facing Tijuana, and Sporting KC will host Cruz Azul. Read More »

CCL – 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League Quarterfinals Schedule

CCL – 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League Quarterfinals Schedule

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced the schedule for the 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals. “The newly released knockout-round schedule for this edition of the CONCACAF Champions League highlights the exciting matchups we can expect in the upcoming quarterfinals and beyond,” said CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb. Read More »

Monterrey v Santos 4-2 VIDEO Highlights

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – Schedule, Group Stage Results and Standings

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – Schedule, Group Stage Results and Standings

A second-half stoppage time goal by Juninho lifted the LA Galaxy to a dramatic 2-1 win against Morelia on Wednesday, rejuvenating its chances of reaching the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals. Colorado revived its CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals hopes with a 3-1 victory over Metapan on Wednesday, getting goals from lightly used regulars Eddie Ababio, Quincy Amarikwa and Omar Cummings to climb into second place in Group B. Read More »

CONCACAF Gold Cup – USA vs Guadeloupe 1-0 – VIDEO Highlights

CONCACAF Gold Cup – USA vs Guadeloupe 1-0 – VIDEO Highlights

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (June 14, 2011) – The U.S. Men’s National Team advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup this evening with a dominating 1-0 victory against Guadeloupe at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park in their third and final Group C match. The U.S. controlled the entire match against Guadeloupe and created 21 shots but Jozy Altidore’s impressive strike from distance in the ninth minute was their only goal on the night. Read More »

CONCACAF Official Statement: UNAUTHORIZED Action Taken Versus CONCACAF General Secretary; Chuck Blazer Continues As CONCACAF General Secretary

CONCACAF Official Statement: UNAUTHORIZED Action Taken Versus CONCACAF General Secretary; Chuck Blazer Continues As CONCACAF General Secretary

NEW YORK (Tuesday, May 31, 2011) – Today an unauthorized declaration was made by Lisle Austin attempting to remove Chuck Blazer as General Secretary of CONCACAF. This attempted action was taken without any authority. Under the CONCACAF Statutes, jurisdiction over the General Secretary rests solely with the CONCACAF Executive Committee which has taken no action. Read More »

Jack Warner was unanimously re-elected as President of CONCACAF for his sixth-consecutive term

Jack Warner was unanimously re-elected as President of CONCACAF for his sixth-consecutive term

MIAMI (Tuesday, May 3, 2011) – Jack Warner was unanimously re-elected as President of CONCACAF today at the Confederation's 27th Ordinary Congress in Miami. Warner, a FIFA Vice President, ran un-opposed and is returning for his sixth-consecutive term. The Congress was part of the Confederation's year-long 50th anniversary celebration and featured the presence of FIFA President Sepp Blatter who has attended every CONCACAF Congress over the past twenty years. Read More »

6 referees or goal-line technology? FIFA is getting ready for revolution, but ….

6 referees or goal-line technology? FIFA is getting ready for revolution, but ….

Last year, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) - which makes the rules that govern the game - voted 6-2 against introducing technology that would show if the ball had crossed the goal-line. What changed since then? "I've never been resistant to anything. But it must be done the right way. And that's why we activated again this discussion in the international board. And then we will have a look at how it works." – stated FIFA President Sepp Blatter. Read More »

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